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Cadet Training

Special Training Opportunities

Annual Joint Field Training Exercise

Each year every ROTC Battalion receives a limited number of courses available to MS II and MS III cadets. More information about individual courses is available below:

Airborne School

Learn to jump out of a perfectly good airplane.

Air Assault School

Learn to identify aircraft and their capabilities, conduct sling load operations, and rappel from perfectly good helicopters.

Cultural Understanding and Language Proficiency (CULP)

Spend time with other military forces and cultures during your time as a Cadet.
Check out this from article UNH Cadet Conley about her CULP experience.

Cadet Troop Leading Training (CTLT)

Be embedded with an active duty unit and shadow leaders.

Leadership Development and Assessment Course

LDAC, also known as Warrior Forge, is the most important training event for an Army ROTC Cadet. Cadets attend LDAC usually during the summer prior to their final year of study. The month long training event incorporates a wide range of subjects designed to develop and evaluate leadership ability. These challenges provide a new perspective on an individual's ability to perform exacting tasks and to make difficult decisions in demanding situations.

Leader's Training Course (LTC)

Spend four weeks at Fort Knox learning skills from actual Army Drill Sergeants,

UNH Army ROTC Introduction

UNH Army ROTC Promotional Video

Contact us for more information about additional opportunities.